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-- the owner of the texas thunder range is worried abbut. about.jerry mcccll, texas thunder range: "this country was built on god and guns and that's our heritage." heritage."patricia castillo, p.e.a.c.e. initiative: "the presence of weapons has always meant to us that people end up " dead." patricia castillo supports the treaty talks. she's an advocate for victims of domestic violence. without checks and balances -- castillo says weapons can do more harm than good. good.patricia castillo, p.e.a.c.e. initiative: "the colorado shooting is a prime example of this freedom to have access to weapons gone completely array." array." even if president obama signs the treaty -- the senate would have to vote before it becomes law. law.shooting range nats nats gun owners fear it's a more likely scenario than some . think.robert messer, jr, gun owner: "i think that becaase of the movie theater shooting that just happened, i really think that publicity might get a hold of them, then we might be able to sway a few senators to ratify this thing and that's scary." 3 family and friends of the colorado
paul and rick perry in the mix, and interesting that both those requests come from texas since that's where the president was campaigning yesterday. mr. obama says he wants to be a pioneer of insourcing rather than the outsourcing pioneer he has lamed romney. the romney camp painted the president as non-american and called things policies foreign and john sununu said the president doesn't understand america. more with bill back int after the break and more in chat. see you there. few others are going. >>it doesn't get anymore real than this. >>occupy! >>we will have class warfare. >>i'm being violated by the health-care system. >>we're patrolling the area looking for guns, drugs, bodies. >>we go in and spend a considerable amount of time getting to know the people and the characters that are actually living these stories. >>the award winning series "vanguard" only on current tv. we know that back to school time means back to school germs. that's why lysol partners with schools all across the country providing resources designed to help teach healthy habits. so make
of north carolina, rain. greens buburg to raleigh, rain. the texas coast, beaumont, port arthur through galveston and an few showers near houston popped up. a few areas this morning a rough drive. otherwise, a quiet weather map the entire northern half kuch country. a warm weather map and not the incredible heat wave we've seen over the last the two weeks and hoping to get rain. arkansas one of the worst drought spots in the country along with colorado. the potential, especially eastern half of arkansas, a little rain. showers and thunderstorms hit-and-miss throughout the south east and a warm typical summerlike day for rest of us. enjoy. >> thanks, bill. >>> revising downward on wall street. americans city going bust, and which of the united states is the best for doing business? your "first look" at this morning's business headlines is straight ahead. >>> coming up, griffin strikes is rich, an all-star blowout and what fans know the rest of us don't. you're watching "first look" on nbc. ♪ [ acoustic guitar: slow ] [ barks ] ♪ [ upbeat ] [ barks ] beneful playful life is made with
a grid that's been ravaged. pepco the utility serving washington has crews in from georgia, texas, even canada. >> tree trimmers, contract line crews, our crews, we're really starting -- we're going to make a dent in this. >> you know people are not happy? >> absolutely. we get it. >> frustrated. >> reporter: david rutland's refrigerator and his neighbor's are full of spoiling food. with gas stations unable to pump. and thousands of people crowding malls and cooling shelters and libraries and schools, word is power might not be back on for many until friday. >> we put a lot of money into restoring or hardening the system but this was an extreme event. >> reporter: the first storms blasted through friday night. 90 mile-per-hour winds. >> you could see the rain coming through, trees falling, trash lifting off the ground. >> reporter: more storms, heavy rain in chicago. wind in north carolina toppled more trees. one killed a couple on a golf cart. another killed a man taking refuge in a barn. the death toll in the storms past 22 and today will be even hotter from coast to coast. and in the
is best for texas. >> there is a lot of the people who don't intimately and expertly know how texas operates and come in and endorsed in the race and with all due respect. i respect each one of those individuals, but they don't know how texas works and if they did, they would endorse david dehurst. >> that race has been a nasty one. both sides exchanging bitir attack ads. both candidates, and we'll tune in tomorrow 12:50 eastern time for that. look being at the focus now and details of the alleged colorado shooter. word that he was treated by a psychiatrist at the university he attended. hundreds of miles away from colorado two more victims will be laid to rest. elizabeth is joining us live from aurora with more on this. >> hi, uma, grieving and mourning continuous as funerals continue all day. jessica, the young sports journalist will be laid to rest in san antonio. and matt oquinlaid to rest in ohio . he shielded his girl frepped from gun fire. they will have a memorial service in buckley air force base. the defendant was seeing a university of colorado psyche trimpt they wanted i
is challenging a new voter i.d. law in texas saying it violates the 1965 voting rights act. that law was aimed at protecting minority voters. attorney general eric holder says the texas law amounts to a poll tax since some voters may have to pay for new i.d. cards. attorneys for texas claim the law will not keep any eligible minority voters from going to the polls. 17 states have some kind of voter i.d. law. experts say this battle could lead to the supreme court deciding the fate of the voting rights act itself. >> lawyers for the man who killed an unarmed florida teenager are asking for a new judge in the case because of concerns about bias. george zimmerman is facing shooting teenager trayvon martin in february. >> lawyers disqualify the judge who is hearing the case. the lawyers pointed to the judge's comments bail for zimmerman earlier this month. in the judge's bail order he accused zimmerman of manipulating the system and planning to flee to avoid prosecution. zimmerman's lawyers say, quote, the court makes gratuitous disparaging remarks about mr. zimmerman's character. advocates for mr
you. >> bret: the fate of the texas voter i.d. law is in three judge panel. closing argument were today in state's battle against the justice department blocked the law. justices say it discriminates against minorities. judges and others want you to pay for million dollar working vacation in hawaii. that is next in the grapevine. london is calling in war weary troops for the olympics. ♪ how are things on the west coast? ♪ ♪ i hear you... ♪ rocky mountain high ♪ rocky, rocky mountain high ♪ ♪ all my exes live in texas ♪ ♪ born on the bayou [ female announcer ] the perfect song for everywhere can be downloaded almost anywhere. ♪ i'm back, back in the new york groove ♪ [ male announcer ] the nation's largest 4g network. covering 2,000 more 4g cities and towns than verin. rethink possible. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. t
the person they killed. new york, texas, and florida were among the states with the highest number of killings. in florida, where the unarmed teenager trayvon martin was shot to death by self-appointed neighborhood guard george zimmerman, a dozen african- americans were killed. the report comes as george zimmerman appeared on fox this wednesday night for his first nationally televised interview. speaking to fox news host sean hannity, zimmerman says he has no regrets for killing trayvon martin >> is there anything you regret? do you regret getting out of the car to follow trayvon that night? >> no, sir. >> do you credit you had a gun that night? >> no, sir. >> do you feel you would not be here for this interview if you did not have that done? >> i feel it was all god's plan. and for me to second-guess it or just dit -- >> in retrospect, now the time has passed a little bit, is there anything you would have done differently? >> no, sir. >> george zimmerman also briefly addressed the new allegations made by female relative that he molested her for over a decade and that he and his fa
duty, building trenches. digging ditches. really hard manual labor, primarily in texas and louisiana. and the monument behind me is a monument to the soldiers of the 62nd and 65th united states colored infantry. in january of 1866, the war was over, these soldiers of the 62nd were about to be mustard out at fort mcintosh, texas and began talking around a campfire, how can we pass this legacy of learning onto the freed man back in missouri? they began to talk about raising money. they pledged money. they gave money. and it was an extraordinary sacrifice. some of these soldiers, privates in the united states, colored infantry were earning as little as a $113 a year. some of them gave $100. almost a year's wages to start this institute. they gave their money and pledges to a second lieutenant, named richard baxter foster, who was a congregationalist minister, educated at dartmouth. in the summer of 1866 when it began to appear that lincoln institute might be established in jefferson city, a local newspaper ran an editorial opposing that move and expressed the fear if jefferson city beca
has its own unique style, texas you really got four different styles, you have east texas styles, sort of central texas, the bar ba co a tradition that is out of mexico and west texas tobacco cowboy style and make a case for kansas city has a very distinctive barbecue style as does kentucky which serves mutton and you can make a case that california has its own style as well. >> geez, we have almost as many barbecue styles as area codes. >> just about, we are getting there. >> and then there is the matter of sauce. >> we never saw, red sauce in texas and kansas city. >> mahogany color. >> there is only one place you will find white barbecue sauce, that is in northern alabama. the sauce was invented in 1925 at big bob gibson's barbecue. >> ken hass is the restaurant's manager. >> it is a mayonnaise based sauce with vinegar, black pepper, and a bunch of secrets i am not allowed to tell you. >> but according to moss, all those different styles and sauces date only to the turn of the 20th century. when barbecue moved from the pit to the restaurant. >> the very first mcdonald's served barbe
. clayton, listen, a texas town banning american flags at soldiers' graves. there's a big update to this one we want to tell you up next and he wants to ban your sugary drinks but apparently, new york city's mayor doesn't have a problem with hot dogs or salty language. >> good morning, everyone. happy fourth of july. look at this right here, how precious is this picture? it's a little girl with her dad just before he was set to deploy overseas. we're getting in lots of patriotic pictures. we're trying to get as many of them on air this morning. really fun to see. welcome back to "fox & friends first" on this independence day. i'm heather nauert. >> happy fourth of july. i'm heather childers. it's 31 after the top of the hour. >> time for your top five stories at 5:30 this morning. headlines making news at this hour. in a few hours, president obama and mitt romney will mark the fourth of july holiday each in their own way. romney will be in new hampshire marching in that town's independence day parade. romney will then take a break from the campaign trail this week to spend time with his fam
in texas or he worked for many, many years. he helped nurture george w. bush and help him get elected. governor of texas, then was beyond his presidential election as well. he is very, very strong in the texas energy industry, knows many wealthy people there. he is, by all accounts, a terrific fund-raiser. and someone -- wealthy people enjoy talking about politics with him. this is not a science. this is an art. it is a question of personal relationships. karl rove is very skilled and those things. >> what about his relationship with romney? >> they have no long history of friendship or alliance. but karl rove has become basically the embodiment of the establishment of republican party in the same way that romney is sort of the alternative to the tea party, rove is the alternative. rove basically helped push the tea party candidates to one side. he was important in 2010, 2011 criticizing people like michelle bachmann, herman cain, and basically helping us sort out the republican field so that romney could emerge. and this is because karl rove and his allies saw romney as the most elec
of an austin, texas, neighborhood that uses "smart grid" technology to track and control its energy consumption. >> the fishers have two solar volume dayic power system, sophisticated digital metres and state of the art thermostats that allow them to fine-tune their indoor climate here orion line when they're away. >> we >> woodruff: we update the presidential campaign as the candidates trade shots over outsourcing jobs. >> brown: mark shields and michael gerson analyze the week's news. >> woodruff: and we close with a report from south sudan about a flood of refugees fleeing the violence, only to encounter grim conditions in camps on the border. >> they don't have much reserve, they have been walking for six weeks, four weeks, six weeks so it is a very vulnerable group and it is the little kids and elderly are the ones that suffer the most. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: bnsf carnegie corporation and with the >> ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the
details from republican congressman lamar smith is who is holding a news conference in texas. the smith wants to interview the president's inner circle as part of a proposed investigation by his committee into the national security leaks. the list includes seven current and former administration officials among them national security advisor, tom done lynn, and deputy director of national intelligence, james clappers, john brennan, former white house chief of staff bill daly and others. in a letter to the president, smith writes, quote, these individual should be prepared to discuss to the full extent much their knowledge, how, why and by whom each. following classified matters was leaked or otherwise payment public information accessible to america's ennis and right now we're working on a response from the white house to that letter, jenna. jenna: a response from the white house. what about the democrats as well? we know lamar smith is republican. as we mentioned the head of this committee. what about the democrats. what are they saying? >> reporter: yesterday the house minority leader
. appreciate it. >>> all right, now to that texas folk hero or a villain, the woman who was arrested for warning drivers about a speed trap ahead. >> reporter: good morning, police put natalie plummer behind bars because they say that she was a danger to drivers. she wasn't behind the wheel. she was riding her bike. natalie plummer is either a motorist's best friend or a menace to society. she was riding her bike along this road, and noticed that police were pulling over drivers in a e speed trap >> i was completely abiding by the law. i was warning other citizens of a situation ahead. >> reporter: police didn't agree and hauled her off to jail. she was charged with standing in the street obstructing traffic, a misdemeanor and spent 12 hours behind bars. if there's a video of me jumping in the road i would be more than happy to see that. >> reporter: she said that according to texas law the sign is legal. in fact, some states allowed drivers to flash their high beams to warn drivers that police are ahead. plummer's story has gone viral with thousands of americans showing her spot. >>
, for example. and in texas and a few others places. >> host: well, mr. fannon, what is it you wanted lawmakers, policymakers and their staff to see here on capitol hill? what's your display? >> guest: well, most folks know panasonic for the consumer electronics, the televisions at home, blu-ray players, things like that. but, n., under the hood, behind the scenes panasonic actually has a wide array of products including a range of energy-oriented products. and that's what we're showing today. because all of us know that we have to be able to generate new forms of energy using new systems such as solar panels, and once you generate it, of course, we've got to be able to store it intelligently and then manage it. so along with the traditional forms of power generation in the grid, more and more people are actually creating their own energy at home. typically using wind power or, more importantly, solar. so in panasonic's case, for example, here in salem, oregon, we make these giant, heavy silicon ingots. it's a very highly-refined form of silicone with some other chemistry that then gets sliced
so if you're in driving distance of austin, texas, on saturday or portsmouth, new hampshire, on sunday, we have details posted if you would like to go. again, they've been your wars. it's your country, you're invited. >>> mercury rising. a large swath of the u.s. enduring another day of relentless heat, but is there light at the end of the tunnel? >>> exit wound. shocking new video shows the moments leading up to a huge pileup on a dallas off ramp. >>> and -- with a bang. out with a bang. a technical glitch causes all of san diego's july 4th fireworks to go off at once. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm lynn berry. those stories and more straight ahead. 234is is "first look" on msnbc. >>> and we begin this morning with going to extremes. relief could be in sight for millions of americans who have endured nearly a week of record-breaking heat, but the dangerous heat wave forecast to break this weekend in many parts of country is still not over yet. nbc's dan shen minh has that story. >> reporter: 92 degrees before 9:00 a.m. another hot day just beginning in chicago. the tempera
, for example, in texas, and a few other places. >> what is it you wanted lawmakers, policy make -- policymaker, and their staff to see here? what's the display? >> people know panasonic for the consumer electronics, televisions, blueray players, and things like that. in fact, under the hood, panasonic has a very wide array of products including a range of energy oriented products. that's what we are showing today. all of us know we have to be able to generate new forms of energy using new systems such as solar panels, and once you generate it, of course, we got to be able to store it intelligently, and then we have to manage it. along with the traditional forms of power generation in the grid, more and more people are actually creating their own energy at home. typically using wind power or more importantly solar. in panasonic's case, for example, here in salem, oregon, we make these giant heavy silicon parts that then gets sliced into thin layers, and they are turned into the module that make up solar panels. panasonic is proud to be the company with the sing -- single most efficient to produ
. >>> two construction workers have been killed in a crane collapse on a college campus in texas. it happened yesterday afternoon in richardson texas at the university of texas at dallas as strong winds more than 40 miles an hour were passing through. students heard a loud crash and some of them say they thought it was thunder. >> we heard a loud just metal just hitting the ground, falling from the ground. i can't really explain the sound but, you know, the very loud sound. >> he said after that he heard the workers screaming. no university students or faculty were hurt but the crane was being used to build a large classroom building. >>> a new field poll shows that what kind of uphill climb senator dianne feinstein's opponent faces in the november senate race. feinstein leads 51% to 32% and when it comes to name recognition, 88% of people were able to give opinions of feinstein, only 35% were familiar with emkin, a republican businesswoman from danville. >>> san francisco's bicycle messengers may be pedaling their way onto the television screen. >> what's the best thing about be
. >> the gentleman from texas is recognized. >> thank you, mr. chairman and madam secretary for being here. when you were here back in october we discussed the week before he had been online using the security clearance you have given him when you placed him on the advisory -- the homeland's security advisory council. he used that to access the state and local intelligent data base and download the material. we have information that he shot at trying to claim texas was islamophobes. since that time, you told me personally at that time that you were going to look into it. you were not going to appoint somebody. you yourself would look into it. what did you find out? >> i found out the statements that have been made in that regard are false, misleading and objectionable. >> you need to know that you have people who are applying in your department. the texas department of public safety has been told the investigation was done. he did access the classified information with his own private computer. he did download the documents that we knew he did. the one thing they could not confirm because they did n
? >> i was born in texas, and he was at that time -- he was for much of his life a college professor and a teacher, as was my mother, who is still living. and very active, by the way. and he was teaching at a little school called texas a & i in kingsville texas in 1934 before i was born. then we moved before chattanooga tennessee, and he taught there the university of chattanooga in the late 1930s and early 1940's. then in world war ii he went in -- and he taught other schools as well. then he went into the atomic energy commission when they were hiring at oakridge, and became involved in a lot of political and oficial issues there, which had not been his field before. he was a pofessor of english literature. and then after the war, they moved him and our family up here and he worked for the a.e.c. here in washington. so my childhood was spent mostly in tennessee, then in this metro area up through the early 1950's. >> the reason i ask that, your mom was a classic scholar. >> yes. she studied greek and latin at the university of mississippi, which is where my father met her. he had b
of texas, pat robertson, they knew that he was a catholic with gay friends. he was also pro-choice. but they said it is a culture war, he hates liberals and he can win. and they put money on the line for him, people put their name on the line. he never made it to the starting gate. all the way to 2011 when the experts at national journal -- november 2009, the experts at the national journal on the political pull were asked for all the democratic candidates who did better than expected and who's surprised you by doing worse than expected. worse than expected was senator obama. better than expected was senator clinton. two days later, she lost and she blew it at the iowa jefferson and jackson center. you have to understand, there is a lot more contingency. as i started to work on the campaigns, one of the first things that i realized, and it sounds awfully simple, but it is not. there really are only three campaigns for president. there is the challenger from the party out of power trying to capture the white house, and then there is an incumbent, trying to hold and defend the
around the ohio valley. upper midwest and dakotas. thunderstorms in the southwest. showers from texas to florida. >>> 90s for miami up to beantown and across the plains. 80s from billings to detroit. 70s in seattle. >>> a great spot to get some relief from the scorching summer temperatures is a greenland glacier. of course. right? that's what i would think of. >> of course, naturally. beware now, tourists getting a close-up look. yeah, suddenly in the path of a raging ball of water when this glacier collapsed. putting his pedal to the metal and high tailing out of the way. >> got to get the oars out and start rowing. good thing. that iceberg was twice the size of manhattan, for those of you that don't know the size of manhattan or think the world revolves around manhattan, it is a large island. >> what about that midwest bias coming out in that ad-lib. >> just because i live in new york doesn't mean i think the world revolves around new york. >> that is a healthy attitude. >> now back to my dress. that will be the commercial break. >> yeah. coming up. fond remembrances of a trail blaz
are not making long-term problems worse. >> thank you. the gentleman from texas for five minutes. >> thank you. good to have you back. i want to go back to april of 2008. i think that is when you were president of the federal reserve bank in new york. you first addressed the issue of of libor. were you aware that informal e- mails were coming into the new york fed saying there is something up with libor? >> i do not believe that i was aware of those specific concerns before the spring of 2008. in response to your request, my colleagues are looking at a full range available year we will share with you in make sure you have that. i was looking at your response about this disclosure. i thought you made structural recommendations about how libor could be more reflective, but here is my issue with that. if they were having structural problems, i thought your e-mail was appropriate. what was being disclosed here was fraud. the special counsel for the federal financial crisis inquiry information said the regulator has an obligation to make a criminal referral if he expects a crime may have occurred m
. meantime, eric holder, the attorney general of this nation was in texas yesterday. keep in mind the department of justice is trying to make sure that texas does not -- they're not allowed to continue with this voter i.d. law where people actually have to show i.d. to go vote. well, here's another hypocritical situation because to get into this event, you had to show i.d. so which one is it? let's present government issued photo i.d.'s such as a valid driver's license. >> to get into this naacp event and he went on. it was inflammatory language. he was comparing the texas voter i.d. law down there to those southern taxs that would charge southern blacks going to the polls and keep them from actually voting so likening this current voter i.d. law situation down there to southern poll taxes. >> so you don't need a photo i.d. to vote, he feels, but you do need to see eric holder at the naacp. >> well, coming up on the show -- first, we'll go to this because we teased this at the beginning of the show, the unsolved murder of a juilliard student eight years ago taking an incredible t
in the report, texas republic pete sessions told country wide he did not want special treatment and investigators say the company honored his request. as for country wide, it was bought by bank of america and spokesman rick simon tells fox, quote: everything in this report applies to remerger activities at country wide so the bank is not in an appropriate position to comment on the findings. though i'm told bank of america did not have a program of this kind, and immediately discontinued the country wide v.i.p. program upon taking control. harris? >> harris: mike emanuel, thank you very much. a warning now from technology experts. more than a quarter million computers worldwide are infected with malicious software and it will prevent them from accessing the internet beginning monday. the fbi reports the attack, which began more than a year ago, still infecting more than 64,000 computers right here in the united states. most victims don't even know their computers have it. to check whether your computer is involved, you can go directly to their web site, >> the world w
was not a factor in this crash. guys? >> thanks, john. appreciate it. >>> all right, now to that texas folk hero or is she a villain? we're talking about the woman who was arrested for warning drivers about a speed trap ahead. people are rallying to her side. this is from my hometown of houston, john. >> reporter: good morning, police put natalie plummer behind bars because they say that she was a danger to drivers. but get this, she wasn't behind the wheel. she was riding her bike. she stopped to give drivers a chance to beat a ticket. natalie plummer is either a motorist's best friend or a menace to society. just depends who you ask. just two weeks ago, she was riding her bike along this road, and noticed that houston police were pulling cars over in a speed trap. so she made a sign alerting her fellow texans to avoid getting a ticket. >> i was completely abiding by the law. i was warning other citizens of a situation ahead. >> reporter: but the officer in charge didn't agree and hauled her off to jail. >> he specifically stated multiple times that he was taking me to jail because of that sign
rick perry, then governor of texas, pat robertson. they knew he was a catholic that was pro-choice, but they also said he is a culture who hate liberals and he can win and they put money on the line for an. he never made it. he just fizzled so badly. and out the way through 2011 with the experts at the national turnover, the expert of the national journal and political poll were asked for all the democratic candidate. who did better than did any surprise to be doing worse than it? worse than it was senator obama. better than expected with senator clinton. two days later she lost. she blew it at the i/o chip or send jackson event. we have to understand there's a lot more contingency. as i started to work on the campaign, one of the first things i realized as this sounds awfully simple, but it's not. there really are only three campaigns. there is the challenger on the party out of power to capture the white house. and then there's either an incumbent trying to hold and defend the white house after four years for a successor trying to maintain control of the white house for th
in rural south texas. the cause of the accident is being investigated but a trooper at the scene said a blown out tire may be to blame. witnesses claim the truck's cab and bed were packed with illegal immigrants but that's yet to be confirmed by officials. u.s. immigrations and customs enforcement is taking part in the investigation. >>> here's a look at stories making news in america. in new orleans a 17 story building came crashing down on purpose. crews imploded the old palace hotel, also known as grand palace, to make room for a new medical center. >>> in florida a hospital that stood for 40 years met its own demise. the seven-story facility was turned to rubble in less than ten seconds after closing its doors two years ago. >>> also in florida, big trouble on a small runway when a massive c-17 military cargo jet landed at the wrong airport and nearly ran out of runway. the pilot thought he was arriving at mcdeel air force, but that's about four miles away. the crew was able to later successfully take off. >>> in massachusetts a woman fought back with mangos. after seeing two men
agreements. >> reporter: three other cities have earned multiple junk bond ratings, itselffield texas and two in rhode island but another 22 towns have a junk bond rating from one of the ratings firm including camden, new jersey home to 80,000 people. >> they have been getting along the last two or three years in muddling through to avoid bankruptcy process. >> reporter: even cities like chicago with stronger finances and bond ratings are unnoticed. moody's downgraded their rating in april because of underfunded pension plans. >> gregg: peter, thanks very much. >> patti ann: new calls from governor momney's allies to get tougher on the campaign trail. this after obama's campaign manager saying the governor may have committed a felony. scott walker says it's time for the governor to fire back. he is saying the president's team does not want to run on his record. he has to be forceful about fighting back. so joining us to talk about this julie a fox news contributor and advisor frank lauten brg. thank you both for joining us. >> let's start with the accusation itself. is there any truth that ro
serving washington, has crews in from georgia, texas, even canada. >> it's tree trimmers, contract line crews, our crews, we're really starting to -we're going to make a dent in this, yes. >> but you know people are not happy. >> absolutely. and we get it. >> frustrated. highly frustrated. >> reporter: david rutland's refrigerator and his neighbors' are full of spoiling food. >> most of the stuff would probably be discarded. >> reporter: with gas stations unable to pump and thousands of people crowding malls and cooling shelters and libraries and schools, word is power might not be back on for many till friday. >> we've put a lot of money into restoring and/or hardening the system, but this was an extreme event. >> reporter: the first storms blasted through friday night, 90-mile-per-hour winds. >> you could see the rain coming through, trees falling, trash getting lifted off the ground. it was chaotic. >> reporter: more storms, heavy rain in chicago. wind in north carolina toppled more trees. one killed a couple on a golf cart. another killed a man taking refuge in a barn. the death tol
, and in michigan. in texas, and a few other places. >> what is it that you what lawmakers, policymakers, and their staff to see on capitol hill? >> first, the display for the consumer electronics adderall, -- at home, but we also have a wide range of products. including the products we have here today. we need to be able to generate new forms of energy. it once you generate it, of course, you've got to be able to store it intelligently and manage it. along with the traditional forms of power generation in the grid, more and more people are actually creating their own energy at home, typically, using wind power or more importantly, solar. in salem, ore., we make these giant, heavy refined form of the silica that get sliced into thin layers and then turn into the module that make up solar panels. panasonic is the -- is proud to be the company with the single most efficient energy pass through with solar panels, a little over 20%. over time, we hope to grow that, so more energy is actually collected and sent down the system into your home for storage. although we do not provide that with p
:23. >>> finally in texas, the biggest problem for a skunk is usually its odor, but this little guy somehow got a bottle stuck to his face and wandered around for a few minutes with a container going along for the ride. animal control showed up later. they removed that bottle. the skunk seems to be doing fine. just a little confused. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's bill karins with the weather channel forecast. he has no idea where he was and what was going on. >> didn't care either. >> lights were off. >> not afraid of much. lucky he didn't get sprayed. have you ever had any run-ins with skunks or your pets. >> no, knock on wood. >> tomato soup bath only works a little bit. >> doesn't work? >> masks it. we are dealing with a unique weather pattern in the pacific northwest. what we call an upper level low. a storm system that's well above the ground and it's actually -- you can kind of pick up the spin. look at the direction the radar is kind of going. the green on the map shows you where the rain is. you notice you can see it right in here just south of olympia
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